Nothing To It
The writing was good, with the occasional misspelled word, or missing word.
Example: "...have to up and down the stairs...".
There was a lot of narrating and what dialogue there was felt stilted, unreal. That's a huge pet peeve of mine. If you're going to write, place yourself in your characters shoes, face your other characters and actually TALK to them, then start typing what you hear. If you can't do that, your characters aren't real and your readers are going to know it.
The plot plodded along at a rather mundane pace with no real...well, nothing. There's no one to root for, no one to dislike, not a single reason for the story at all. The author can write mechanically (for the most part), but at the same time does not have a feel for storytelling.
The art work was exceptional, which was the best part of this book.